## Abstract / Description of output

The basic disentanglement theorem established by the present authors states that estimates on a weighted geometric mean over (convex) families of functions can be disentangled into quantitatively linked estimates on each family separately. On the one hand, the theorem gives a uniform approach to classical results including Maurey's factorisation theorem and Lozanovski\uı's factorisation theorem, and, on the other hand, it underpins the duality theory for multilinear norm inequalities developed in our previous two papers.

In this paper we give a simple proof of this basic disentanglement theorem. Whereas the approach of our previous paper was rather involved - it relied on the use of minimax theory together with weak*-compactness arguments in the space of finitely additive measures, and an application of the Yosida-Hewitt theory of such measures - the alternate approach of this paper is rather straightforward: it instead depends upon elementary perturbation and compactness arguments.

In this paper we give a simple proof of this basic disentanglement theorem. Whereas the approach of our previous paper was rather involved - it relied on the use of minimax theory together with weak*-compactness arguments in the space of finitely additive measures, and an application of the Yosida-Hewitt theory of such measures - the alternate approach of this paper is rather straightforward: it instead depends upon elementary perturbation and compactness arguments.

Original language | English |
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Article number | 110460 |

Journal | Journal of functional analysis |

Volume | 287 |

Issue number | 2 |

Early online date | 16 Apr 2024 |

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Publication status | Published - 15 Jul 2024 |